The play examines the issues of a culture built on fear and deception, through a two-person power struggle fraught with suspicion, manipulation and intrigue. The taut psychological drama owes much to “1984,” George Orwell’s dystopian novel, as well as to the Soviet era that provides the play’s setting. Read more»
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“The Blonde, the Brunette and the Vengeful Redhead,” a one-woman, seven-character show, unfolds as each character layers on information from her or his perspective. Read more»
Two sisters, grown-up hyper-competitive New York Jewish-American princesses, try to reconnect to their individual lives and their sisterhood following the death of their mother. Read more»